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Jason Scott's Presentation Presentation


Published 2009


During the preview evening of Notacon 6 in Cleveland, Ohio, Jason Scott, a frequent presenter at Notacon and other events, offered to give a presentation on the art of presenting. Subjects covered include motivation, performance, content, common pitfalls, frequent harbingers of narrative/presentation doom, and memories of presentations gone right and wrong.

The speech was recorded with a static hi-def recorder, so Jason does walk offscreen or get cut off at various junctions, but his voice remains clear.


Run time 58:00
Producer Jason Scott
Production Company Bovine Ignition Systems
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English

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Reviewer: cumbrowski.com - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 26, 2010
Subject: Great Presentation.. Good Tips
Great tips and suggestions. Missed only a few basic things, like that you should repeat a question from the audience (if the question was not asked via a microphone).. for the audience and also for the recording. The repeating of the question in your own words also makes sure that you understood the question properly and also gives you time to phrase an answer. Anyway, great presentation.
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